Welcome to U3A Online Communities

Th History Group at Farnham U3A has produced a series of Podcasts which can be accessed via the World History link on this page More Details at World History
The regular International U3A forum next convenes noon UK time August 3rd. More Details at International Forum
Runnymede Area U3A Science Discussion Group will be on vacation in August . More Details at Science Online
The u3a is compiling a diary detailing our experiences during the lockdown as part of its Living History programme .More Details at Living History
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Picture of Emmy Noether
Picture of Albert Einstein
Picture of Rosalind Franklin
Picture of front cover New Scientist
Picture containing Large Hadron Collider
Picture of a black hole
Picture of Fermat

Science impacts all of our lives, a little understanding can inform our view of what is going on around us.

There are a large number of sites produced by members of the U3A. We are building a list of sites and what we have so far can be found on the following Links Page.

About Us

Picture of collection of old and rusty tobacco tinss

Old and a bit rusty

We have developed this site to help with the sharing of ideas and projects amongst the U3A community.The site is run by an informal group of volunteers who share an interest in the use of technology to enhance the U3A experience. The site is free to use .

We are looking for volunteers to either help run the site or to contribute to its development by sharing their ideas. This site replaces an earlier one which we decided to retire for technical reasons. The legacy projects from the old site can be accessed below .

There is no need to register to use the site but regular participants might find it convenient to do so.

Couple jiving
Picture from post war period
Picture of Street Scene
Picture of bombing devastation
Picture of Dresden after bombing
Picture of march in support of the miners strike
Picture a atomic explosion
Picture of three boys on their bikes late 50's
Picture of post war miners in Wales

Your memories of daily life at times of great change in the twentieth century are worth preserving. We are working closely with Timewitnesses.org in order to preserve them.

This site uses the Zoom video-conferencing facility. Our “Meetings and Notices” page gives access to the schedule for future events.

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